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Walrus Audio Canvas Stereo

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Passive Stereo DI Box / Line Isolator

  • In pedal format
  • Turns an unbalanced signal into a balanced one to go directly into the mixer or audio interface
  • Works perfectly with amp-in-a-box pedals, such as the Walrus Audio ACS1
  • DI mode: for high impedance sources such as electric guitar or bass
  • LI mode: for low impedance (line-level) sources such as amp sims, e.g. ACS1 or keyboards
  • Linear frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
  • Specially wound "custom" transformers for best sound quality and low distortion factor
  • Pad switch: -15 dB (only in DI mode)
  • GND lift to avoid hum loops
  • Sum switch mixes both input signals to both thru connectors
  • Stompbox format - perfect for mounting on the pedalboard
  • Passive design - no power supply needed
  • Made in the USA
Available since April 2022
Item number 541978
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Effect Types DI Box
£219
All prices incl. VAT
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery free of charge expected between Thursday, 25.07. and Friday, 26.07.
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the missing link to play electric guitar through a P.A. system
Driftwood 28.08.2022
As I mentioned in my review of the Walrus ACS1, I am from the past. In most situations where I used to play, only the vocals went through the P.A. system. Now I live in a time and place where most of my opportunities to play live are in pubs or festivals where you're expected to run everything straight into the P.A. system. Took me a while to figure out, but a lot of the rhythm, lead, and steel guitar sounds I want to make can now be coaxed from little analog and digital boxes on a pedalboard. The Canvas Stereo is the missing link I needed at the end of the chain (tuner plus Greer Lightspeed, Carbon Copy, Fender Tre-Verb, Walrus ACS1 for example), and the result is brilliant. I miss the amps, but at least I get to play live again.
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yevhen92 17.01.2023
device is perfect for pairing with acs1. it represents the sound coming from my board much better then regular radial DI and has much more overall headroom when theres is a lot of dist and verb. its super easy to carry because its a small stereo unit and also sound is much more close to warmy amp sound than with radial cause it sounds more on the digital side then canvas.
Overall thoughts - just what i needed to finish up my board !
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Walrus Audio Canvas Stereo
Arsen_Saryyev 31.01.2024
Pros:

1. Sound quality: the sound of the Canvas Stereo is top notch. Clean, rich and with a wide stereo space.

2. Construction and design: the case is sturdy, quality materials, and the controls are conveniently located. The design is attractive and easy to use.

3. Stereo Base Functionality: the Canvas Stereo creates a spatial sound, which is especially useful for recording and live performance. It opens up new horizons in creativity.

Cons:

1. Price: probably above average price, but considering the sound quality and functionality, it's justified.

Conclusion:

The Walrus Audio Canvas Stereo is a great choice for those who value sound quality. While the price may be above average, these additional features justify every penny spent. I recommend this product for experienced musicians looking to expand their sound arsenal.
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Great design, very reliable
bkrnetic 08.06.2023
I can only say good things about this DI Box / Line Isolator. I use it with my Iridium setup and literally no preamp gain is required to have decent volumes thus signal to noise ratio is really lowered to minimum.

The only improvement would be the SUM switch for XLR outs so you can have your stereo setup and not worry about the number of available inputs on the PA.
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